Winter Dew Tour Schedule
Approximately seventy thousand skiing fans gathered at the various host resorts to be a part of the 2008 Winter Dew Tour. Organizers believe that this year’s event will be just as successful due to the excitement and anticipation building up around the coming event from both spectators and participants. The three venues for the Winter Dew Tour and its schedule have been released and includes a new host resort in the line-up. The Winter Dew Tour 2009, will be kicking off in Colorado in December.
The first leg of the Winter Dew Tour will be hosted by the Breckenridge Ski Resort from the 18th to the 20th of December 2009. The Snowbasin Resort in Utah is the new addition to the schedule, and they will be hosting the second part of the tour that takes place from the 15th to the 17th of January 2010. From the 5th to the 7th of February, the action will be in Vermont at the Mount Snow Resort, where the tour will come to an end.
The world’s top winter athletes attend the Winter Dew Tour, competing in various divisions, such as the snowboarding divisions, which are superpipe and slopestyle, and the slopestyle and superpipe freeskiing divisions. Some of last year’s winners will be back again to either defend their title or improve on their previous efforts, but no matter what their motivation, the tour will be filled with exciting showdowns between the large group of talented athletes. Last year’s winners included Spencer O’Brien, Kelly Clark, Tanner Hall, PK Hunder and Shaun White. Another wonderful feature of the Winter Dew Tour, is that skiing enthusiasts who cannot make it to the host resorts will not be missing out on the action. NBC, Fox Sports Australia, Extreme Channel, USA Network, Eurosport 2 and MTV2 will be televising broadcasts of the events, which proved to be another success last year, as an estimated six million viewers watched the event from the comfort of their homes. Attending the Winter Dew Tour is a must for avid winter sport enthusiasts as it is an exciting event and gives them the opportunity to see their favorite athletes in serious live competition action.